Hubs and I had the most fabulous Indian lunch yesterday.
It was in a restaurant called Spice Root in the small, quaint and very college oriented town of Williamstown, Massachusetts.
It's the home of Williams College.
The buffet at Spice Root was just top notch.
Atmosphere was nice, too. It was kind of low key but colorful.
The special figure you see above and below can be found in the restaurant. (Wish I knew more about its significance.)
Our waiter was from Nepal.
He served us mango and plain lassi drinks, made from yogurt.
So yummy (but they cost $3.50 each which did pump up the bill.)
He said he has climbed part of Mt. Everest.
The fresh naan (bread) was delish as well as every single offering on the buffet. Score!
The rice dessert in this Indian restaurant had an orange tinge to it and I asked what was added to cause that. Saffron!
It's one of the most expensive spices on the market.
Wow, that place, which has been around for about 14 years, still rocks.
We also went to a Friends of the Milne Library book sale which was a #1 winner but I'll tell you about that another day.
Have a super Saturday, dear blog peeps.
DO YOU LIKE INDIAN FOOD? IF YES, WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE DISH?